Clelia Biamonti, Ph.D.

Chief Philanthropy Officer

(908) 522-2170

Clelia Biamonti joined the foundation as executive director in September 2017 after 25 years as a management consultant in the bio-pharmaceutical industry. Prior to assuming the position, Ms. Biamonti had served on the foundation’s board of trustees for seven years, including three as its chair.

Ms. Biamonti came to the foundation from Blue Fin Group and before that worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Coopers & Lybrand. She earned her Ph.D. in biochemistry from UMDNJ/Rutgers University and her undergraduate degree in philosophy from Mount Holyoke College.

In other nonprofit service, Biamonti is a member of the advisory board for Columbia University’s bioethics program, served as president of the board of trustees for New Eyes for the Needy, and is a former member of the board of trustees of The Discovery Orchestra. The Boy Scouts of America and the Suburban Chamber of Commerce has each honored Biamonti as the citizen of the year.

Marianne Devlin

Director, Public Relations

Lorie McDonald

Director, Strategic Advancement

Kerry Mowry

Director, Corporations and Foundations

Kimberly Myler

Director, Finance

Eileen Weiss

Director, Development

Aimee Artzer

Officer, Development

Sue Coven

Manager, Operations and Reporting

Camille DelTosta

Analyst, Finance and Operations

Kelly Lallis

Manager, Public Relations

Dina Rieman

Coordinator, Donor Database and Analytics

Marie Roberti

Administrative Assistant

Amanda Zampino

Manager, Donor Relations

Kenneth Cole

Consultant, Planned Giving

Throughout Overlook Foundation’s history, generous community members have responded when we asked for support to strengthen the medical center. You are part of our team, at the very least by helping us transform a community hospital into a regional medical center now nationally recognized in a host of medical specialties. Together we have created one of the top 100 hospitals in the nation (according to national hospital-rating agency HealthgradesTM) based on medical outcomes. No longer must area residents travel to obtain world-class care. The nearly $200 million given during the past 28 years has fueled innovative programs and technologies that allow Overlook to offer distinctive care that rivals that of academic medical centers nationwide.

If you have not already joined our growing family of donors, please consider doing so. Your gift touches lives, changes lives, and saves lives right here.